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  • Matt McGuire Blog Update - 1/23

    http://walterfootball.com/mattblog.php

    Senior Bowl Day 2 Analysis
    2016 NFL Mock Draft

    Sales Tips, Sales Techniques, Sales Planning and Sales Blogs to Increase Sales Commissions

  • #2
    Lichtensteiger was a waist bender today
    Richardson struggled with the speed rushers
    Dre Moore = My Man, Got good penetration, stood ground vs. run
    Chris Williams had nice hand placement
    Castille stayed in peddle, therefore could brake on ball quickly
    Avery made a nice grab on badly throw ball, then took the hit
    Caldwell Got good separation, if he gets on CB hip he's gone
    Athyba Rubin showed good upper body strength
    Jeremy Thompson was in the backfield a lot

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    • #3
      I disagree about Licht...I was impressed by him and thought he showed good touchness and underrated strength/power.

      A little bit of a waist bender but nearly every NFL center is somewhat. An NFL OL coach will polish that out if he has a good attitude and "coachability"...much easier to polish up technique for a center than a tackle.
      2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats (38-1)

      Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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      • #4
        Ryan Kalil was natural knee bender, Lichtensteiger just seems like (Dan Mozes I think from last year don't know if I remember right but was $hit at the SB), he is a natural waist bender. I don't really know cuz I didn't see 1 BC game but he just looks like he is and from the 2/3 plays I saw he did it 2 times.

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        • #5
          Kalil was an athletic ZBS center though...I think Licht is more versatile. Mechanically, Kalil is the best center prospect I have ever seen...so it is a tough comparison for a very large percentage of the center prospects.
          2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats (38-1)

          Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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          • #6
            Matt not disagreeing with you because I havent watched it yet but Scott Wright said that Brennan had the most zip on his throws. How come your view is so much different than his. And its not because he likes Brennan he HATES him. Other than that good blog and I enjoy readung them. Here is exactly what he said about yesterdays practice:

            The headliners of the South team are the quarterbacks so why don't we start there. To be honest nobody stood out, although if you put a gun to my head I'd say Hawaii's Colt Brennan looked the best, although just by the narrowest of margins. I actually found a spot on the sideline where the quarterbacks were throwing 20 yard outs right in my direction to try and gauge arm strengths and it was almost too close to call. Kentucky's Andre Woodson and Tennessee's Erik Ainge seemed to float their throws a bit whereas Brennan gets them there on a rope. Brennan also showed the ability to fit balls into a tight spot although he seemed a bit indecisive at times.

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            • #7
              Again, if my scout needed the Senior Bowl or any of these fake games he would be fired. The game isn’t played by robots where you can just look at arm strength or footwork or whatever. Can’t they just look at the film of their other games which actually counted? You’re telling me you can determine if player is ready for the pressure and quick thinking of the NFL from these exhibition games? It’s comical to me.

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              • #8
                Sedrick Ellis is a f***ing machine.
                Im not a Cleveland Cavaliers fan....No, I'm a LeBron James fan.

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                • #9
                  Do you have a link to the NFLDC Senior Bowl analysis please? I say that because I can't get to any of his information on the site regarding the Senior Bowl.

                  He might have more zip if you are there and you see it in person as opposed to watching it on TV...even if he is putting more zip on it (which I don't see), he is putting a lot of mustard on his throws as opposed to Woodson and Ainge who use more wrist but still match Brennan's arm strength when he is heaving it.
                  Last edited by Matt McGuire; 01-23-2008, 12:19 PM.
                  2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats (38-1)

                  Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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                  • #10
                    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft...ory?id=3207181

                    "However, while he gets as lot of RPMs on the ball he is unable to get adequate zip on longer throws that require velocity, such as the deep out"

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                    • #11
                      Here ya go Matt. The NFLDC Senior Bowl link you wanted. http://www.nfldraftcountdown.com/fea...owl/index.html

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                      • #12
                        Yeah I have been there but I can't click on anything that leads me to his analysis. Any help?
                        2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats (38-1)

                        Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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                        • #13
                          there no links though to other pages on that link.

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                          • #14
                            Yeah but there are no pages there are there...with analysis?
                            2014-2015 Kentucky Wildcats (38-1)

                            Congrats to Wisconsin. Even more congrats to UK haters.

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                            • #15
                              Ok I have that problem too when I'm at home on my laptop. When I go to school though it works. Thats the link Scott gave that should work for everyone so I dont know what to do?
                              Last edited by titan_qb_3; 01-23-2008, 07:00 PM.

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